Mandating organ donation
Organ donation is when a person allows to be removed, legally, either by consent while the donor is alive or after death with the assent of the next of kin.Donation may be for research, or, more commonly healthy transplantable organs and tissues may be donated to be transplanted into another person. While views of organ donation are positive there is a large gap between the numbers of registered donors compared to those awaiting organ donations on a global level.On the day of the donation, the donor and the recipient arrive at the hospital, just like they would for any other major surgery.
Preliminary research suggests that public commitment to organ donation would increase under mandated choice.I will now proceed on to my first contention, it SAVES LIVES. SAVES LIVES A new nickname has appeared amongst the medical community. Horrifyingly, people do listen to the radio hoping to hear the news of a car crash.Currently, in the United States, 114 827 people are on a wait list, waiting for an organ. Furthermore, just donating 1 organ can save 8 lives. Organs can survive for a very long time after death, allowing for time for the organ to be transported and the person receiving the organ to be contacted.Furthermore, I have no doubt that my opponent will raise the point of religious tolerance, and how religions such as Hinduism do not allow the body to be tampered before cremation. Because of how dangerous driving a motorcycle can be.
However, with the prospect of saving lives and organ donation technology, almost every religion has made allowances for organ donation as they recognize the value of saving lives . The increased risk of car crashes increases the chance that the drivers will donate their organs to those on wait lists.A pilot study of this promising proposal should be undertaken.by Theresa Spranger, Bioethics Program Alumna (MSBioethics 2012) Organ donation is the gift of life.This physician has nothing to do with the transplantation process.